Music Alum

Eszter Szilveszter Kaganovskiy, Master of Music, 2007

Eszter Szilveszter Kaganovskiy, Master of Music, 2007

Sometimes we hear from our graduates, and they tell us about their successes.  But rarely do we hear from an alum who’s successes are so many. Eszter Szilveszter Kaganovskiy is one of those very successful alums.  We are so proud of her accomplishments.

Here’s a short bio we just received from her.

Eszter Szilveszter Kaganovskiy is a current member of the Neos String Quartet and Forte Duo in New York.  They are represented by Beverly Wright & Associates Management, Inc.

She is a graduate of DePaul University, Chicago (2009) Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL (2007) and the Gheorghe Dima Music Academy at Cluj-Napoca, Romania (2004). Her teachers include: Rami Solomonow, Istvan Szabo, Sorin Gherbanovschi and Derzsi Albert.

Mrs. Kaganovskiy is a former member of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, training orchestra of the Chicago Symphony. As an active performer, she played under the baton of Pierre Boulez, Bernard Haitink, Seiji Ozawa, Sir Mark Elder, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Oliver Knussen, Cliff Colnot, Helmuth Rilling, and Emil Simon. Her chamber and solo appearences include performing with Ilya Kaler, Robert Levin, Rami Solomonow, Mark Peskanov, Stephen Balderston, Alexander Fiterstein, Walter Schwede, Gernot Sussmuth, Erich Kruger and Hans-Jacob Eschenburg.

Mrs. Kaganovskiy was also member of the Bowdoin International Festival/Maine, Young Artists Festival Bayreuth/Germany and the International Bachakademie, Stuttgart/Germany.

Her chamber and orchestral appearances have taken her among other major orchestra Halls in Europe and in the USA to the Berlin Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Center and Zankel Hall at Carnegie.

Mrs. Kaganovskiy plays on a Mendel Segal viola, kindly on loan from David Segal Violins, Ltd.

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